Thanx for all of your help, I think I’ve found a solution. As you just mentioned, the watermark will only show up if I try to render in that codec. My orginal problem is that I wanted to render my Blender movies with the Avi-Jpeg, because the avi-raw took up too much hard drive space, and most of the avi editor programs weren’t accepting the avi-jpeg format of my movies. When I did get the codec, I kept trying to render back to it and kept getting the watermark. Now I realize I can just load my movie in the editor, and then render the edited movie in a differnet format (and the watermark will not show up). I’m not doing anything professional, so I guess It doesn’t really matter.
Thanx for all of your help. And if any of you have made any cool movies with Blender, or know of any good one, please post a link in this thread.